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“Promoted to Headline (H3) on 2/18/09: Will the children of today become the next 'Greatest Generation'? yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Will the children of today become the next \'Greatest Generation\'? ”
“The current generation borrows everything it needs from the next generation -- call it Generation 2.”
“A recent Los Angeles Times article coined the term Generation Vexed, referring to the young adults who are putting their career and life plans on hold due to this stalled economy.”
“A recent New York Times article gave us the name "Generation Limbo,"-- a group of well-educated, broke 20-somethings who have lost hope in the American dream, and instead of fighting for it, have decided to be victims.”
“When you hear the term Generation Y, what do you think of? iPods?”
“1. I know nobody uses the term Generation X anymore, and I know all the people it supposedly describes supposedly hate the supposed designation.”
“WikiLeaks is the answer to the age of W, and it has given rise to what I call Generation W.”
“In fact, every child on earth born after June 23, 1988 belongs to what I call Generation Hot.”
“I suspect Knoll's pitch for its chair, which it calls the Generation by Knoll, is also tuned to the forever-young Me Generation, which happens to be of an age to sign big-company purchase requisitions.”
“Its the next new generation, which I call Generation 9/11.”
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